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Since QVGA is 320 pixels wide and 240 pixels high (aspect ratio of 4:3), a WQVGA screen might be 384 pixels wide for 16:10 aspect ratio, 400 for 5:3, or 432 for 9:5. As with WVGA, ratios of N:9 are not practical because 240/9 is not an integer.
WQVGA has wrongly been used to describe displays that are not 240 pixels high, for example Sixteenth HD1080 displays which are 270 or 272 pixels high or displays like 480x272. This may be due to QVGA having the nearest screen height.
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